Cart 0
Family First Aid Pack

First Aid Family Pack

$19.95

Description

Family First Aid Pack
This convenient first aid kit features clearly marked sections for fast access to different types of supplies. Ideal for both training and real-world use, the kit includes all the basic supplies needed to treat minor injuries. Kit contains 108 pieces packaged in a padded, water-resistant nylon bag with handle. Appropriate for 8-10 p...

Family First Aid Pack
This convenient first aid kit features clearly marked sections for fast access to different types of supplies. Ideal for both training and real-world use, the kit includes all the basic supplies needed to treat minor injuries. Kit contains 108 pieces packaged in a padded, water-resistant nylon bag with handle. Appropriate for 8-10 people.


Printer Friendly
Key Features and Benefits
Family First Aid Pack features:

A selection of bandages, gloves, gauze, and other essential first aid supplies
Latex-free
Family First Aid Pack benefits:

A range of supplies allows for comprehensive first aid and CPR training
Includes a nylon bag for easy storage and portability
Comprehensive and well-organized
Comes with:

Instant cold pack
2 pairs of disposable vinyl gloves
5 sterile 3" x 3" gauze pads
5 sterile 4" x 4" gauze pads
Roll of 3" gauze
Roll of 4" gauze
Roll of 1" bandaging tape
Scissors
2 5" x 9" combine pads
25 sterile 3/4" x 3" adhesive bandages
26 sterile 3/8" x 1 1/2" adhesive bandages
5 sterile 1" x 3" adhesive bandages
5 sterile 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" adhesive bandages
Sterile 2" x 4 1/2" adhesive bandage
2 fingertip bandages
2 knuckle bandages
2 triangular bandages
Tweezers
5 antiseptic towelettes
5 packets of triple antibiotic
2 packets of hydrocortisone
3 packets of hand sanitizer
CPR face shield
Emergency blanket
Thermometer
2 81 mg chewable aspirin tablets
Padded, water-resistant nylon storage bag with handle
Dimensions and Specifications
Measures 8.5" x 6" x 3"
Weight: 1.5 lb
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can this kit be used to administer first aid in a real emergency situation?
A: Yes, it can be used either for training or for responding to actual emergencies.


Related Products


Subscribe For Newsletter